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One United EMS

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One United EMS
community ambulance service

Together, we can empower each other. One United EMS is a volunteer emergency medical service and ambulance provider in the United States, with numerous branches serving communities throughout New Jersey and New York State. We work together to provide access and awareness to the most fundamental state: health.

650+

VOLUNTEERS
helping those in need

9,000+

CALLS PER MONTH
Asking for help

100+

Response Vehicles & Ambulances
Speeding to the rescue

Nathan’s Vision for
One United EMS

One United EMS mission is to save lives, and to prevent, reduce, and treat injuries and illness’, through collaboration, accessibility, and action. It provides first-aid and ambulance services to the most vulnerable populations. As a volunteer himself, Nathan has helped save lives of residents throughout North Jersey. Seeing firsthand the importance of helping people, Nathan became inspired to help more people stay safe.

Nathan’s vision is to create more community ambulance services throughout the globe. He believes ambulance services are a priority, not a privilege. Focused on uplifting each other to support and learn from people’s state of emergency, Nathan hopes to reduce the gap between safety and preparedness.

Our Core SERVICES

One United EMS helps improve the response time throughout its coverage and non-coverage area by adding more EMTs and ambulances to the system. This allows other ambulances to respond more quickly to other calls, creating more access and solutions.

One United EMS also distributes safety information throughout New Jersey, and other important services such as searches for missing people, community safety, and first-aid training programs. Moreover, we work with other EMS, Police, Firefighters, Paramedics, and other agencies to work together in leading better and healthier communities

  • Ambulance Service
  • Voluntary EMS
  • Hospital Based Services
  • Fire or Police Linked Services
  • Training Services
  • Safety Information
  • Missing People Services
  • Community Safety and First-Aid training programs

What Clients Say

Nathan works hard to reach new levels of success in property management, but don’t take our word for it. Here is what some of his clients have to say.

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